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Real Incomes Of Russian Citizens Decreased By 5.9 Percent
30.01.2017 00:15
Real Incomes Of Russian Citizens Decreased By 5.9 Percent

The real incomes of Russians decreased by 5.9 percent in 2016, in comparison with the previous year. In December 2016 the reduction rate in annual terms amounted to 6.1 percent.

      Average nominal money incomes per capita in annual terms increased by one percent – up to 30,775 roubles. In December of 2016, compared to the same period of the previous year, they fell by 0.6 percent, down to 46,233 roubles. The average Russian salary, according to the results of the year 2016, amounted to 36,073 roubles, that is 0.6 percent higher than in 2015, as the materials of the agency say.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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